Monthly Archives: September 2018

three lessons from our time in the neighborhood

It was during a homily at St. Suzanne-Our Lady Gate of Heaven church when Father Victor Clore implored his parishioners to, “be a light unto the world,” that it hit me. There is something special about Cody Rouge that comes from a place of spiritual depth. “That’s an awesome responsibility,” Father Clore said, “But, that’s who we are.”  It is ...

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State Sued Over Records About Allegations At Boys Home « Detroit News Watch

DETROIT (AP) — Gov. Rick Snyder’s administration is being accused of withholding records about abuse allegations at a Detroit home for boys. Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service, known as MPAS, filed a lawsuit Monday against the Department of Health and Human Services. The independent group is empowered under state and federal law to protect the rights of the developmentally disabled. ...

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How can we address Michigan students’ desperate need for behavioral health services?

This article is part of State of Health, a series examining health disparities, how they affect Michigan’s children and seniors, and the innovative solutions being developed to address them. It is made possible with funding from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund. It’s well known that anxiety and depression can be crippling for people of any age. But for school-aged kids, ...

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